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19 Sep 2014 17:30 • Hayley Parr
WEST Fife scooped the majority of awards at the Beautiful Scotland Awards 2014 at the start of the month.
19 Sep 2014 16:30
AN Aberdour motorcyclist whose foot was amputated following a road crash was guest of honour at the Dalgety Bay Pushkart Derby family fun day on Sunday.
19 Sep 2014 14:30 • Hayley Parr
A FOURTH vein finder has been handed over by Aberdour charity The Cookie Jar Foundation who are well on their way to hitting a whopping £25,000 mark.
19 Sep 2014 14:00 • Nicola Scrimgeour
IT HAS ONLY been hours since the result of the Scottish Independence Referendum was announced, but Thomas Docherty, MP for Dunfermline and West Fife, has already begun to talk about moving forward after the vote.
19 Sep 2014 13:00
EVEN THE best laid plans sometimes go awry, and for some unhappy Fife voters this was certainly the case when they were turned away from polling stations because they were registered to vote by post.
The Week in pictures (18 September)
A WOMAN’S hair is often said to be her crowning glory. And this is certainly the case for Leanne Henderson, of Dunfermline. But not for long. The mum-of-one has pledged to shave her head in a bid to raise money for Macmillan Cancer support.
THE ROSYTH pensioner who was refused a blue badge by Fife Council despite having no lower legs will have to wait to know if he will receive a badge after an assessment this week.
TV CELEBRITY Lorraine Kelly will be dancing in Dunfermline on Saturday to help raise cash for charity.
AN Inverkeithing councillor slammed the Scottish Government’s planning system as having “no common sense” after a controversial housing development was refused.
GET ready for some vroom in Dalgety Bay at the Pushkart Derby family fun day on Sunday!
A CAIRNEYHILL pensioner thought her house was “going to explode” after a chip pan fire broke out in her home.
19 Sep 2014 15:15 • Ross Hart
ABERDOUR coach Lisa Norman refused to be too downbeat after her side's hopes of Macaulay Cup qualification were ended by Kyles Athletic on Saturday.
19 Sep 2014 12:00 • Gary Fitzpatrick
A NEW synthetic football surface at Queen Anne High School has been compared favourably to that used by Dutch aces Ajax.
18 Sep 2014 16:00 • Ross Hart
KELTY HEARTS continued their blistering from by registering their seventh win from seven games on Saturday, while Oakley United and Crossgates Primrose picked up wins during an action-packed junior weekend.
18 Sep 2014 13:30 • Ross Hart
DUNFERMLINE'S dismal start to the season continued on Saturday as they succumbed to a heavy defeat by Preston Lodge at McKane Park.
19 Sep 2014 08:30
THE next time you switch on your TV to be confronted by the sight of Glenn Hoddle in a white short-sleeved shirt, apparently completing what would have seemed an unlikely transformation into PC Tony Stamp from The Bill, don’t change channels too quickly.
14 Sep 2014 08:30
SIX years of low interest rates has been a painful grind for many cash savers who used to rely on the interest paid to provide an income.
11 Sep 2014 08:30
DUNFERMLINE resume their Scottish League One campaign on Saturday by entertaining Stenhousemuir at East End Park.
9 Sep 2014 20:06
I DON’T know what planet Alex Neil MSP, Scottish health minister, is on when he disagrees with Alex Rowley MSP that there is no crisis in NHS Fife. (‘Op patients turned away’, Press, 4th September).Cancer patients waiting longer than they should be for treatment, patients which were told they may have the disease had to wait more than the minimum of 62 days (‘Shortages led to cancer patients waiting longer in Fife’, Press, 4th September). A&E department finding it hard to cope due to the amount of people attending and staff shortages adding to the problem.
15 Sep 2014 14:22
Anyone struggling to find a job in Aberdeen may look askance at the idea that the Granity City is a boom town these days, but in real terms - measured against a UK jobs market in the doldrums - it’s still a city of wealth and opportunity. There are the usual stories which abound across Scotland of projects stalled or scaled back, but the overall trend is steady growth - and often of the kind that needs a regular infusion of talent from a readymade local pool of talent.
12 Sep 2014 09:30 • Gary Fitzpatrick
ONE of Scotland's most exciting new bands Scary People are coming here for the first for the Dunfermline Live festival. Singer Dan Forouhar talks about working as a tech with The View to going centre stage and admits it was nerve-wracking.
5 Sep 2014 09:30
This is why we’re proud to be offering our readers a special discount for a trip to see this flagship attraction and maritime marvel, with a voucher which will either admit one child completely free (saving £7) when buying an adult ticket, or alternatively admit one adult at 20 per cent off the usual price.